Posted by Max Cannon in $1,000+, Alaska, Missing Persons, tags: connecticut, CrimePAY$, georgia, Layne Lasseter, Mary Anne Alexie, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, Missing Child, Missing Persons, Project Angel Eyes, reward, RewardsTV
CrimePAY$ $2,000 Missing Person Reward TipLine 1-888-755-TIPS (8477)
Mary Ann Alexie
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The reward for information regarding missing Fairbanks woman Mary Anne Alexie has risen from $500 to $2000, according to a Facebook page set up by Project Angel Eyes and dedicated to locating the missing woman. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Alaska, Missing Persons, tags: Alaska, CrimePAY$, Max Cannon, Missing Persons, reward, RewardsTV, Valerie Sifsof
CrimePAY$ $26,000 Reward TipLine 1-888-755-TIPS (8477)
Friends and family of missing Anchorage woman Valerie Sifsof are offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to her safe return or the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for her disappearance. Crime Stoppers is offering an additional cash reward of $1,000 for a tip or tips that lead to the arrest of a felony crime suspect. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Alaska, Cold Case, Unsolved Murder, tags: Cold Case, CrimePAY$, Eileen Wafer., reward, RewardsTV, Unsolved Murder Reward
CrimePAY$ $20,000 Murder Reward TipLine 1-888-755-TIPS (8477)
The Homicide Reward Fund is currently offering money for information in solving the murder of 14 year old Eileen Wafer.
Up to $20,000 will be paid for information that leads to an arrest or conviction of people involved in the murder.
The Alaska Bureau of Investigation’s Cold Case Unit has reopened the case of Eileen Wafer, who was 14 when she disappeared from her home in 1982, according to Elizabeth Ipsen of the Department of Public Safety. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $50,000+, Alaska, Unsolved Crimes, tags: Alaska, CrimePAY$, Jason Allen, reward, RewardsTV, SafeCITY Publishing, Unsolved Crimes
Update: Anchorage police are doubling the reward for information leading to an arrest and prosecution in the shooting of APD Officer Jason Allen.
Police chief Mark Mew says it’s not just that the increase in reward money might offer greater incentive for someone to provide a new lead – he also believes renewed media scrutiny could in itself prompt the telephone call that solves the case.
With the hope of speeding things up, however, Mew announced that the reward offered for information leading to a prosecution is being doubled, from $25,000 to $50,000.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska – The reward for information about the shooting of an Anchorage police officer has been increased to $25,000.
Investigators hope the money will lead to the arrest and conviction of whoever shot Officer Jason Allen five times early Jan. 9, 2010 as he sat in a patrol car. Read the rest of this entry »
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